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    Removing printing marks

    I have some pdf to work on but they have the printing marks on then is there a way to remove then from the pdf
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    Crop it in Acrobat

    Shortest way is to crop the page in Adobe Acrobat.

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    either crop it in Adobe Acrobat or open it in Illustrator and delete it there.

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    you can use esko neo

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    you can use pitsop plug-in.
    Select same fill or outline object (100.100.100.100) and delete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwa View Post
    either crop it in Adobe Acrobat or open it in Illustrator and delete it there.
    Or go into illustrator and then re-save without the crop marks. Go to:

    File
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    Marks and Bleeds (on the left)
    Uncheck crop marks

    If they're not "real" crop marks, just crop out like everyone else is suggesting. My way will maintain the bleed (if there is one...)

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    If you have acrobat pro try the touch up object tool.Select the mark and then delete.

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    use pitstop enfocus to remove all print mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirsukky View Post
    use pitstop enfocus to remove all print mark
    Use action thru pitstop remove print mark in one click.

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    best use PitStop

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    I use Illustrator to remove "real" cropmarks from pdf´s. Not all cropmarks can be removed using the touch-up tool in Acrobat Pro and sometimes you dont want to crop the document.

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    i use pitstop

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    I always have used illustrator

    Quote Originally Posted by kaybee View Post
    I have some pdf to work on but they have the printing marks on then is there a way to remove then from the pdf
    Thanks
    in order to publish and to erase brands of registry I open illustrator and I can erase or manipulate the pdf at will.

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    I would use Adobe acrobat with Enfocus pitstop plugin. It allows you to change any aspect of PDF file and more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaybee View Post
    I have some pdf to work on but they have the printing marks on then is there a way to remove then from the pdf
    Thanks
    If you do not have any of the suggested tools to fix the problem but you do know how to add something to the pages or unsure of the usage of a different tool..then possibly you can just position a white square overtop the offending objects..thereby preventing it from appearing in print?.. just a wild idea flashing through my brain..lol

    Waikiki ED

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